Warsaw, the capital of Poland, is a testament to the country’s evolution through time. The architecture speaks of Warsaw’s history through Gothic churches, Neo-classical Polish architecture, followed by Soviet blocks with the final wind down to modern skyscrapers.
Which airport will I arrive in Warsaw?
Warsaw has three airports. The Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is the primary international airport located in the Włochy district. It is the largest and busiest airport in Poland. Another international airport is the Warsaw Modlin Airport, located approximately 25 miles north of Warsaw’s City Centre. The third airport is the Warsaw Babice Airport, also called Bemowo.
Flights from Singapore to Warsaw arrive at Warsaw Chopin Airport.
What flights fly between Singapore and Warsaw?
Scoot Airlines offers direct flights to Warsaw at present. Cheap flights from Singapore usually have layovers and are serviced by Air Baltic, EuroWings, Qatar Airways, Norwegian Airways, AeroFlot and FinnAir.
How long does it take to reach Warsaw?
Direct flights between Changi Airport and Warsaw Chopin Airport take about 13 hours. Flights with layovers often take up to 27 hours.
What languages are spoken in Warsaw?
While Warsaw’s natives converse largely in Polish, English is widely accepted and spoken, as is German. Learning a few basic Polish phrases will certainly help.
Where should I stay in the city?
Warsaw is well connected through buses, metro, trams, local trains and taxis. There are a number of places in Warsaw where you could stay each with its own set of hotels that range from budget-friendly to luxurious. Śródmieście and Nowy Świat are amongst the most preferred places to stay because of their central location. Stare Miasto is the charming Old Town of Warsaw with several cosy cafes and eating outlets.
What are the best places to shop?
Warsaw has much to offer for shopaholics. Nowy Świat is the shopping street to go to Warsaw. Some of the other places where one can head to for shopping are Old Town, Kolo Bazar, Targowisko Bakalarska and Arkadia, which is the biggest shopping mall in central Europe.
Where should I go sightseeing in Warsaw?
Some of the popular places to visit are the Łazienki Royal Residence Park and Old Town. Filled with stunning architecture and picturesque little cafes, Old Town is the perfect place to be. For the history fanatics, the Market Square which is the heart of Old Town is reconstructed to look like how it was before the war. Some of the other places to visit in Old Town are the Royal Castle, King Sigismund's Column and the Warsaw Barbican. Those interested in following the life of Chopin can visit the Holy Cross Church where he is buried or visit the Chopin Statue in Łazienki Park.
Did you know? Poland is bound by the Schengen Agreement, so most travellers to Warsaw will need a Schengen visa (this also depends on the passport you hold).
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